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Karley Ingold
Re: "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan
Sat Jun 6, 2015 23:08
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I also really liked having a visual aid for the setting of the classroom. It looked like you put a lot of thought and effort into making it and the layout seems like a good environment for your student. I also felt as if I had a good sense of knowing your student by the way you described him and how you listed off the main characteristics that would have made a difference in this instructional environment. Although this is designed to bring meaning to the words that he would be "writing" I also think that this is a good exercise that will help him to become social with others and start to tell them or the teacher about himself. The picture drawing allows for creativity and a way to express himself in a less structured medium while the "writing" may seem more strict and academic. Asking for feedback at the end is a great idea. From what I have seen so far, these students like to feel as if they are somewhat in charge of their education or situations and this allows them to have some of that control.

  • "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - hinesjd, Sat Jun 6 15:25
    "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan Group Members: Rachel Caldwell, Jacob Hines, Allison Powers, Sonya Summey https://docs.google.com/document/d/16N4BCxfdJsjQFupGBShsoAiq4A__TtYrHXbqYYA4YwE/edit?usp=sharing
    • Re: "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 6 23:08
    • Supa Squad Lesson Plan Feedback - parsonkl, Sat Jun 6 19:10
      First off, I wanted to note that the setting of the classroom is very inviting. It seems like a very appropriate setting. If I were a second grader in this classroom, the beanbag area would probably... more
    • Supa Squad Lesson Feedback - coxdm, Sat Jun 6 17:53
      I love the specific description of the classroom setting. I think that it was a great idea to have an area set up for the students to go if they need a break. This is comforting to students to know... more
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